[SpaceProgram] Fwd: Project Management, Starships, and the Failure of Modern Physics - YouTube
jerry at mauimakers.com
Sun Sep 23 00:18:43 CEST 2012
This was given in the context of the 100YSS organization.
There are probably a half dozen different non-profit organizations and groups now pursuing space technology.
To some extent each of these (including our SpaceGAMBIT) does 'control project goals and funds' which decides what work will be done, at least on their nickel.
If you have a limited amount of funds and your goal is to give it to hackers to further space education and research
how would you decide what work will be done?
That is a quandary that I face.
Please help us decide.
isdale at spacegambit.org
USA Program Lead, SpaceGAMBIT
Global Alliance of Makers Building Interstellar Technology
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On Sep 22, 2012, at 11:51 AM, Matt Johnson wrote:
> Interesting talk, the sliders were pretty funky though. I am sure
> there is a lot to be gained by using the best technics in decision
> making and project management. That assumes that there is some
> organziation or body that controls project goals and funds and that
> can decided what work will be done. That does not match with my
> understanding of what a hacker space is.
> Matt Johnson
> On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 4:32 PM, Jerry Isdale <isdale at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This was the talk at 100YSS Symposium that kicked me off on Quaternion
>> Maxwell Physics.
>> The engineer part of me likes the rigor Buck brings to the discussion ...
>> The hacker part of me wants to run screaming naked thru the rainforest (my
>> The discussion of Heaviside-Tate flame war and impact on theoretical (and
>> applied) physics starts about 12min in.
>> The rest of discussion is pretty interesting too.
>> Jerry Isdale
>> isdale at spacegambit.org
>> USA Program Lead, SpaceGAMBIT
>> Global Alliance of Makers Building Interstellar Technology
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